Make a Positive Impact

Reversing the Trend in Corporate Meetings & Events

In today’s fast-moving, fast-changing world, it’s more important than ever to be aware of our impact on the planet. That’s why we’ve thought hard about how we can work together with our clients to reduce waste and go far beyond recycling some empty bottles. Bringing people together for team building, brainstorming, and good ol’ fashioned fun can have a huge positive impact on the group, but we believe meetings and events should also have a positive impact on the people and places outside the group. That’s why we put a special focus on creating opportunities that harness the collective power of the group to benefit the surrounding environments and communities on a local and global level.

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Planting a tree for each program

It’s a Win-Win-Win

We have seen that a commitment to making a positive impact will enhance your attendees’ overall satisfaction, while also serving as a great team building project and a rewarding leadership opportunity. Below are just a few ways we can work together to contribute to the greater good.

  • Portion of the Proceeds: Choose a charity or cause to support with a portion of the proceeds from your program. Depending on the charity selected, receive a gift for each attendee that serves as a reminder for the positive impact each person can make.
  • Reduce Waste: Instead of single-use plastic water bottles, opt to use a refillable bottle during your program and we’ll brand it for free.
  • Interactive: Your group can get together in a team environment to engage in a meaningful activity that benefits a group or area in need. From packing lunchboxes to planting trees, we can help maximize your local impact.
  • Educational: As a more long-lasting effect for your attendees, we arrange speakers and other activities to educate your group on the most pressing issues in the destinations you choose. For example, a representative from Protect Our Winters speaking to your group about the threats of climate change in the mountains.